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Penthouse at Eichner’s 45 East 22nd Street to ask $42.5M

Sales at glassy, 65-story Flatiron tower launching this month

Condominium units at developer Ian Bruce Eichner’s 45 East 22nd Street will ask as much as $42.5 million.

The developer released pricing details for the glassy 65-story, 777-foot-tall tower slated for the Flatiron District. Sales, handled by the Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, are expected to launch sometime this month. Residents would not move in until December 2016. A one-bedroom condo, averaging 1,074 square feet, will have an asking price of $2.5 million. On the 55th floor and up, each apartment will span an entire floor. The 7,000-square-foot penthouse will cover two floors — the 64th and 65th.

Eichner received $420 million in financing for the tower, including $340 million from a Goldman Sachs Group debt fund, as previously reported. [NYT]Mark Maurer

  • poop

    This will be a total eyesore for the area….oh well

    • oko

      nope. beautiful building. up the street is one madison.

  • ralphpetrillo

    Have to be a sucker to buy, a correction in pricing is coming. east to buy hard to sell. Look for a 15% reduction in pricing before mod tunics are sold.